Microsoft’s Surface Duo initially launched at $1,400 in the United States. Since then, it’s received regular price cuts and has been on sale quite a few times. The foldable mobile device received a permanent price drop of $400, bringing its starting price down to $1,000. Now, a sale on the Microsoft Store lets you grab the Surface Duo for just $950.
The sale is a bit odd. If you browse Microsoft’s website, you’ll initially see a price of $1,000 for the Surface Duo, but if you add it to your cart, the price is only $950. I thought that I might have accidentally selected a deal with a SIM activation, which often lowers the price of a device, but that doesn’t appear to be the case. Even when I select just the Surface Duo on its own with no add-ons or activation, the price remains $950.
The current sale is only available in the United States, but the Surface Duo for Business recently became available in nine new markets. Between the current sale and the expansion of markets, the Surface Duo is easier to grab than ever.
If you grab a Surface Duo, or if you already have one, you can accessorize it with new original skins from dbrand. Microsoft recently launched a website with original skins for Surface devices that are inspired by celebrities and influencers.
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